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IUimIIhc Mailer in K.ery l'e.
JOHN H. OBKRI.Y, Editor.
tlirco (tclrntcs to tlio convention that
uH tffpf tf trto cliAllilttii forgot ariior
JteycrtUjjcnpRljlujvay arc, both Cluii
tlin"tatcsmcii, but nniioiiiicr Hint
Itltigwny h Us limn for (lie governor
HaiicockV newspaper Ii lends Mill luirp
upon tin! "generosity which marie liim
thi ready tool of Iho knave ol tin' ling."
In view of hi yi!ip.illi(t!i' vl-lt to the
blj knave of tlm ring In (all, tliW kind of
talk oiiffht to lo tllseontlnutl.
A mi. i. has been Introduced Into the
lloiifc ol liipfckuututivcit In nutlioil.e
the payment to the executor.-! of the Into
Vice PreaLk'iit V,Uon the nmutiut of thai
salniVintfs kltcu from Jtho time of his
doayjitllUhfrcnd ol the tcini.
Hkc.u'si: he has "let looe upon the
jieoplc, from the penitentiary, some ol
tlievllct murderers that ever disgraced
the lanJ," "slept too long In the William
son couttty tuntters'1 nnd ''has not Miown
Andrew .tackisoii skill nnd pluck,'' the
Metropolis Txmtt cannot support Itevcr
Idgo for the 1'cpublicnu uomiiintlou.
Hot sriiiMW, Arkansas, is now acces
sible to nil the world by rail, 'J'liu nar
row-gauge railroad Iroin Malvern, on the
Lairo, Arkansas and 'lexas line, va
completed a few days since. The j-pi hi;,
which havo loiig been u popular resort
tor ltcalta-seeken. will now become
doubly so on account ot the increased fa
clllties for reaching tliem.
A suitritiai.Nd statement comes from
Washington. In answer to a resolution
calling upon the secretary of the treasury
lor u statement' of jlio available gold hi
the treasury, tiie secretary makes an
nouncement that the entire amount of
available gold Is only $13,832,000. J.ast
month's debt statement placed the
amount ot gold coin on hand at f7:t,r.l0,
000. Tho euormoits discrepancy h lie
counted lor by the fact that under the
head of coin on hand in the debt state
ment is Included the sinking fund, the
silver coin nnd bullion fur tliu redemp
tion of fractional currency, unpaid inter
est coupons, coin certificates, etc. It is
believed that the antl-inllatlonists will re
joice over the statement and Uau the fact
as a text for numerous and length ser
mons against a return to specie pay
ments. Nohtukun people who are disposed to
accept the nuitiugs of the class ot South
ern men of, whom Toombs U a type umy
consiuer with prolit tlie following ex
pression of opinion by the Mobile AVju
tcr: "A man who could name a child in
honor of the assassin ot Mr. Lincoln, and
then deny his act over the grave of bis
euiia lor we purpose ot retaining a con
temptible little clerkship, Is iinuorthv ol
further consideration. Wc allude to tills
matter simply to request the members ot
congress to watch clo-ely the men from
the South who are seeking otllce at Wash
ington. Our best men stay at home and
pursue their careers ot business natlentlv
and ploddingly. It is only the vagabond
class, for the most part those who have
not the industry or llxedncss. of purpose
to mark out and follow a line of business
who hang about the lobbies of legisla
tive nans ami proclaim their patriotic
services and deserts with a blast of
There Is no doubt but that the ICrtjister
speaks for the better element ol the
.Southern icople. Its icmiirk- apply with
no little force to a clai ot olllce-seekers
in the North, and It Is from the ranks of
these that many of the men who have
made Grant's aihniiiHtratlon disreputa
ble, were drawn.
Sharon was sworu Into the L'nlted
States senate on the iiSth.
The manner of (lie election of Sena
tor Scnccrof Alabama, will be invest),
gated next week.
ISrittonlia, tetliedfrom thceoutcstfor
the St. Louis mayoralty and Overstol. is
at the bead of tlio city government.
Associated press dispatch of Tuesday :
Ocn llJbeock and Levi 1. I.uckey, this
morning, resumed their icspeetivc du
ties at the Executive Mansion.
A bill granting to woman the light
to vote at all municipal election,, and to
bold any municipal otllce, was introduced
into the Massachusetts legislature on tlio
The Senate (.'oimmtU-e on tliu civil
service and retrenchment are now mak-
ng an ctlort to liavo the salary of tlio
jircaiiieni, irom and alter the Itli of
March, 1S77, llxed at $25,000 per annum
i no secretary ot the trcasurv has
directed the retirement of Sa-J,7I3 In
i'., it,i t...... ..... . ..
w.i.nu juma Hums, ucnig eighty per
cent, of the new national bank curicncy,
issueo miring mis month. This will
leave the outstanding legal tender elreu.
lauon, until further orders, $:i70,yl3,:iO
The Louisiana liou. 0 representatives
on the 28th Inst., adopted a resolution
authorizing the appointment, of a com
mlttee of the House to appear More tlio
Senate to Impeach Gar. Kellogg of i,j,),
crimes and misdemeanors cuuimltu-d
since April Htli, 1875, andtodeniainliliat
the Senate take order tor bis nppcaranco
to answer the Impeachment. Tlio com
mittee was appointed and appeared be
fore the Senate as ordered. That body
by a vote ot tweuty-tlvo yeas to nine
nays adopted ait order or acquittal pre
paid by the attorneys of (jov. Kellogg
A New Orleans dispatch ot the 2Sth pre
dicted lively times josterduy nt the
State house as it was believed that
the members of tho Mouse would
proceed to tRc Senate fn
body and demand tliu Impeachment ol
Kellogg. iTie jvholo bu.Jucss,ls very
generally dbBrecateu by tho cbiU&rvativ-.
element of lewj oVUiins uiiu,io of the
legislature, as calculated to Injure tlio
ImisIiics of the city mid hurl tin polit
ical prospect of the pally In the Slate.
Kellogg' time ns governor expires
within u year, nnd there N every Induce
ment on the part of the people- of Lou
isiana to acquiesce In his undisturbed
possession or Iho government during this
time, and to expend their energies In the
la-k of defeating at the polls tho patty
of which ho is the icpivscntatlve. Tlio
Indication are that this would have been
an ea-y lnl, and it is to be hoped that
the so-called "conervnllves" by placing
a weapon In tho hands ol Iho liadieals of
Louisiana and enlisting In their behalf
all tlio Plrengtliof the IS.-idIe.il manager?
at Wn-hlnglon have not made.lt less eay.
Louisville lias u "Kentucky Jllack
Illlls Mining company."
.lohn llusklu lia been elecled to tlie
professorship of line arts at the Oxford
The whlky ting tilalsln Milwaukee
were rcMitm-d ycterd.iy, tlie lirst cau
being thntof Niinneinachcrand Velert.
Deacon Xoali L'oa-e, ngod clghty-flvo
mitt his w lie. ngeii eighty-tour, died n
l'cacful death at one and tho same mo
ment lat week in Islington, Conn.
Tlie renowned Urcco-ISoman wrest
Icr, .lules l.lgal, and Kmllo Hegnkr.liavo
been matched and will wrestle in New
Oilcans during tliu coming week.
The completion of tlie Ateiiisou, To.
peka and Santa Fc railroad, from Law
renco, Kiina, to l'ucblo, lias levlvcd
the trade oLsccklngold in the Han .litau
Poor Mrs. Joyce, whoso husband
lias a room in tho Missouri penitentiary
has leaed a handsome house In tleorgo'
town Heights, onco occupied by t!cn
On Saturday, Win. Sexton sailed
from New York for Paris, when on the
13th of Match he will play Maurice Vlg
nauv for tlio Collcnder challenge cup,
the world's billiard championship, and a
money stake of $1,000.
Thus quoths the editor of a Kentucky
paper, who is stirred by the spirit of
iloltier, limy I irn out to i) Hit- Iki
Y i, my iI.uIIiik' tlmiuUtcr.
If you fall tliU e:ir nn mint .iliut up lini;
Yim'e kvit luiiKcr tlum yoiiM mli-r.
London rumors say that tlie Puke
and Duchess of Ldiiiburg have agreed to
disagree that the duchess Is prepatlng
to go homo to her parents and that the
duke goes on an extended crulsu on the
Mediterranean, while the household will
bo disbanded and tlie houc shut up.
Louisville Cuiri'r-Juunml : The
parazr.iphbts are saying a great many
mean ami Impertinent things about.Iamcs
Parton's marriage. It will be .strange If
the great biographer doesn't go about
for the next six months, muttering to
l'imcli, luiittitTtt, l.uncti Willi esrei
i'uiit'U In the lif w ot tliu iaragraihairr
Tlie l'reneb Jockey club lia3 had the
self-denial to refuse a very tempting of
Icr made to them by an euterprl.-ing
person, who proposed to pay them the
sum of 1,000 per annum for ten years
to be permitted to establish a betting
olllce on the race courses under their con
trol. An old gentleman named James Les
lie, a full cousin to Andrew Ja kson.
at the time ot the reat hurricane
at Princeton, Indian, on Sunday, was
asleep in the second story of a large brick
building, when the wind blew the viid
out of tho house and picked up the !x.-d,
man, and alt, and landed them in the
middle of the street, without injury to
either tho ln.d or occupant.
While a retired merchant ot New
Voik, who has been much Interested in
Moody nnd Sanky'tf meeting, wa en
deavoring to persuade a number ol
young men to turn Irom the path of
wick'cdncss and Ijccoiiio followers ol the
Lord, one of them, while the other oc
cupied tho old gentleman's attention,
robbed liim of hi- pocket book and every
thing he li.nl about him, even to a lead
VoMKr-Joimml : The late advisory
council in llrooMyu cost Plymouth
church $li!,000. lieccher i an expen jive
pastor. His scandal trial last year cost
his parishoners $11S,000. They will pay
their la.t dollar before they will see
I'eeclier cornered where ho will have to
make a confession. It Is not liccchcr's
plan to do this, however, but the ingenu
ity ot the devil htmsoll cannot cover all
the vulnerable points about tlie man.
I'liere was ono oft place In Achilles'
Kosl, tho Italian tragedian, Is said
to be one of the liandsoniet looklutr men
in Italy. Ills Hamlet U :i marvel ol study,
and, his King lias created an onthii'-lani
In Paris never before seen in that cltv.
During Ills American tour ho will nlav
Itomeo, t'orlolanus, Kean, Macbeth,
Hlchard HI, and many ol the old cla-slc
tragedies. Ho brings with him from
Italy a whole company of talented ar-ti-ts,
and he will commence his Ameri
can tour hi New Vork about tlie middle
-Two Kastern pedestrians named John
doubling, an nngllshmau, mid John Do
WiU.ali'ermati, recently perfuimed tlie
stupendous task of walking 1,IU miles
In 1,111 consecutive hours. They be
iran their walk In a beer garden In W1I
llaiubiirg, Now Vork, on tho 15th of ast
January, for a purse of live hundred ll
iars, with tho understaudlnir that the
party who (pilt tlrt should lo,o tho
money. Tim walk was originally In.
leaded to be 1000 miles In as many con
Native hours, but at the completion
I'hdiedit.tb,,). agreed to keep It p
until ono or the other gave out, but they
Una ly eomo tolheco.,cbuloll that neither
coiiMlwva.M,.iU.,iio they decided to
quit and divide tho stakes.
Alter Hie Mre,
J. Ceorgo Steiiilioiise may bo roumi
since tho lire at his new shop, on Hlghth
street In the Alexander Cotrnly Ihnk
Imllillng, where lie will welcome all hi,
H'toiiiers. and serve them in as artistic a
manner as ever betinc, wm, miiooIIi
Mmvi-s. iHshlonable hair euttlng and
Bnbcock Exhibits Himself in
tho Sonato Chamber.
Probabilities of Two Finan
cial Reports to the Dem
Morion Rises to Explain
His Connection with
An Animated Dobato in tlio House
Rogardiny Disloyal Pcnsioiiors
WAsiitxnros, Feb. l!fl. Tho confer
euro ol tliu Democratic caucus commit
tee last nlirht developed tliu fact of tin
Impoasllilty of t'.rtlvhig nt n unanimous
agreement on tue uiiaueiai ipicstmu.
I'.lL'ht ot tlioinuicen nieinnerrt lavor tin
iiuicuded proiiosltion lor an annual II tier
cent, coin reserved by national bank-'
and tlie secretary yl' tliu treasury, mid lor
mo repeat ot so iiiiieu ot mo specie re
sumption net us ilxes (lie time for tlie
purpose nt the llrst of January. ltW
The other live members of the committer.
pro-cut the single proposition for tlie re
peal ot the elau-u l'i uiie-tioii. Thus di
viiled, two reports will Do submitted to
n.vncocK snow.-. niMsi:i.r.
(leneral llabcock delivered to tho sen
ate tn-ilii- a message from the President
tills hcintrtlie llrst time lie has performed
tliat service tills session. Alter ho de
livered the message a large number of
senators went to him and congratulated
him upon his recent acquittal.
Moutox a.i i in: i:m.ma.
Tho committee on Foreign All'alrs this
morning reuincl tliu investiga
tion of tlie Liiima Mine speculation.
Scut tor .Morton appeared, anil wm
sworn in at his own teniie-t. He said
he had seen In tlio report ol the testimony
mi allusion to himself, and ho tlicreforu
w-Mu-d to state that some live or six
1-A.irJ mr.l 111 fill )U M'MV lintllf .'llff't-
tho adjournment ol congress. Senator
Stewart, canio to liim auu spouc anuiit n
ease then pending m it court ol t tan.
.Mr. Stewart said perhaps tlw parties
might wbh to employ him as counsel,
and brought in a gentleman whom lie
presumed to be Mr. l.yon, n gentleman
now present. Stewart Intormed him ll
ho should engage in tho ca.-e ho would
reeeivu a fee If successful. Senator
Morton thought the otl'er was for desired
professional service and of -itch char
acter as lie could accept. Stewart
wanted to meet .Morton at Silt l.uKu
litv and Morton Informed him that
he would meet hint there if Stewart
would notliy him as to the time. After
wards, from what Stewart said, lie want-
d .Morion to assist in having Judge Me-
Kcan removed, rather than to render
prol'eional services. Mr. .Morton saw
in a Salt Lake naner a statement that lie
and others had united in a request lor
tho removal of Judge Mchean, but Mor
ton said he hid nothing whatever to do
with that subject. Lyon In response to
a question by Mr. Morton said he did not
meet Mr. Morton at Salt Lake City, ami
Mr. Morten n-vcr had any connection
with the matter under consideration.
TiuswEn or scrr.nvisoits.
Tlie secretary of tlie treasury ha- de
cided upon tlie following traasters of In
ternal revenue supervisors : Supervisor
Thomas J. UraiJy, now in c-narge ot me
Kentucky, Tennessee. Mississippi, Ala
bama and Louisiana di-trict, with head
quarters at Jxrtiisvllle. ba bmn
assigned to tii-.- di-trict coin-rfi-wl
of loJuaa aol Ohio, with
fxaKj'.iiu: r- a: loduuiaivlU .-oir-viw
lutvou. now in cnarge ol Uh-Penu-j
ivaola. New Jersy. Delaware,
Maryland add District ot Columbia dl
tm-t goes to Louisville, and supervisor
Hunt is tntn-frrel from Indianapolis to
liiilsdeliibia in place of Tuttou.
I UK t.MON AOKXCV.
The president has norulnate-ii . IV.
Alar-lilon, of Missouri, to be agent for
the Indians of the consolidated agencies
of the Cherokee-, Creek Choctaw s,
Chicka-aw.s and N uiiuolcs, the nomina
tion ol Win. P. Kthi tor that iKtsltton be
IIAIIL'OCK (1KOWJN., CAl itoi -.
Uos liepperd. who h.is U-en active
lor a day or two in getting up a -crcnadc
to llabcock, was informed by tliat gen
tinman tills alteruooii tliat he must'de
eline it. The strictures ol tlio presi. upon
his vi-it to McDonald have taught him n
lesson. It is now settled that ho will re
main in tho White House, nor lias there
at any time since ids acquittal been any
doubt of it. Neither will ho demand a
military com tol inquiry, in order that
all tlie tacts may bo known. The mili
tary investigation was intended to liead
oil' the civil trial, ami now that an ac
quittal lias been obtained, flab will not
put his head in an v ether lion's mouth.
THE CHICAGO RING.
The Ilt-lnni ol' IIi-hImu- Irom miitilii
mill tin- lllmiiiosnl ol I) ( t tol.
Chicago, Feb. 110. A. O. Hosing, who
was recently reported us having left the
city and gouo to Canada on account of
inuictuients pending against him here.re
turned this morning, and will appear in
the I'tilted States court March 7, which
is tlie date for his trial.
Chester L. lioot, chief deputy collector
ot internal revenue, was dismissed irom
tlie service yesterday, ami shortly alter a
bench warrant tor his arrest was Issued.
It Is understood that ho Is out of town at
nrc-ent and that tlio warrant has not
been served upon him.
The trial of the cliai-io iumIm,! a. ('
Hosing, which was set for March 7, lias
oecu postponed tin .liarcn u.
TlM-j- Tolil a lllllert-iil Title.
(st l.ouU l:c,iiMlcuu )
I'roui tlie c;iulic-lhtiivo(ti'.i Interview
with Judge Krum :
"Keporter: I H-e, by Iho way, that tlie
IlejiubUcan ot to-day publishes a slate
men to the effect that you and (ieneral
iinbcock paid a mysterious midnight
visii in tienerai .McDonald hi his cell at
tue jau. is thai true?
"luiini! It Is true. IVe did go
mo J.lll to SCO .OCIIOIIOKI, nut
pi i.tr irom inerii oeing any se
crecy iinoiit it, as might bo inform!
Irom the stalcmeiit of tlio Hcmblicun
we went in a hack from tho hotel at 0
o emeu in tho evening, and with no at
tempt nt concealment whatever. I had
told (Jen. llabcock that lien. .McDonald
was suffering in health, ami (,'eu. llab
cock expressed it desire to seo him. That
Is all tho mystery there was hi It."
McDonald last Saturday llatly anil
llrnily denied to a lletmhlicnn reporter
that he hail seen Con. llabcock nt all.
Lvldcutly he and ids friends outside had
not agreed upon the story to tell.
Wo have four dozen Imitation L'bony
"3praguoCai.Oj.eners, taken for udver
Hing, which wo will sell at two dollars
perdocn. Inquire nt lluHelln olllce,
TVIml tin. , , , t ol I'uliiiulilii ini.s.
Om?""' ,',m,""",,'' I'IihIImk
((lu-clnl tt lrnmin Id Hie Clilengo 'i lmos.)
Wasiiixiiiox, Feb. 'JS.l'rotn present
appearances, the committee charged with
the Investigation of Hands In tho District
oi Columbia will have nioro staitliti"
facts to present than the famous .Shop"
herd Inquiry. Facts are being extracted
Irom day to dav lending to crlmlnati; nol
only cabinet minl-ters but thu president
himself In some of the digraeeful real es
tate robberies which h.ixo piled tho debt
of this (llsiiict mountain high. vunv
Iho Investigation g'"-1 much further,
President Orant will he siimmoiieil to
testify as to his knowledge and complic
ity Willi these scamliliius transaction".
Shepherd and Miirtuitgh, tho hitler
owner of tho Alt' ' HqmbUtan, the
kitchen organ ol (Irani, have striven to
discourage witnesse- and have even bet it
known to threaten memorialists if they
pushed things too obnoxiously. Cei tain
men have been w.itned that tliev woild
bo driven from town If I he Investigations
were made too deep and too dangerous,
.so soon as tlio Di-tnet committee was
formed, titty of the leading operators
in i nr. nr.u i.-sr.vn: i-ooi,
and ilngrobbciio.M made u compact to lly
Irom the city for a vacation. Kvcrvihlng
was made ready, when the clerk of Iho
committee, one Michael, who had been
watching, served notice on tliu principal
escapers, and blocked the game. They
plead Illness mid Hie necessity of Califor
nia for their health, and produced medi
cal eciilllcates. In one eae, a doctor
giving one ol llnsi was summoned be
fore the committee ami was obliged to
confess the sllbtci luge. In other eases
bribes to the amount of $.,tHKi weie of
fered to tho su'geaut-at-ariiis to ivlraln
from serving tlio summons. The testi
mony cllclttd is of moi-t fxliaordlnarv
nature. The rohboilcs earned oil
by Tweed and ids eo-oitlni.ito vil
lains were not n whit moio shame
less, ami by some curious fatality
Crant's chlel friends, socially and polit
ically, ligurc always as loading spirits in
tin. illei. ion of tin. siiiiIIj 'I'l...
tioiis arc held in secret, hut sour- points
are leaking out. Tho pool consisted of n
secret combination ol speculator-, in
cluding llullt-t Kllboiirn nnd his part-
nut-. .l!iiiiis A!, l.altii -iiul .l.il.n o hi....
1 - - - - "u..i. ... Mtu-
r.it. ivbo noiii .ll'i-il on tltn t-..r...... I ....
. ...... n . - fn,, -
cliascrs, hut, iintler a cross-examination,
they admitted tliat they were trust...-
for parties whose names they persist.
ently refused to ill-close. Their pur-
chases were ol large numbers of lots In
the northwest quarter of the city, and
l.Aitlir.l.V i:.NllANCi:i iv v.tt.l-i:
l.- It... I,,,,,,, ....l . ,
"j - .in', w. -.-in--. .is iiuiiiu u- too out
Sheplierd board of public works. The
price paid for tliem aggregated over
$.'00,000, and as ICilbiirn, Latta, nnd Ulnt
etetl were known to possess no such re
sources, the Inference was that they
acted with meinbers ot the boanl and
oincr iiiiiiicuuai conieiierates ot tho tlls-
trtef. rill.- tn -i ki-1it.ni.. t.. ii... ,l.u ....l.lln
money and tlie power ot high olllcial po-
.-it.i-.ji. in i.usi.- mi; i.uiiu ui incir prop
erty. The extreme secrecy wherewith
the operations were conducted, so far ns
tin. n.i.noj nt tlin.ii lnl..Mi.t...t
...v .......v.- i tuw iiivu.-iun llt'lt; uuil-
cerned, strengthened this inference,
aim me ivstucr- ot ino people ot
the district were led by tlio lacts which
came to their knowledge to su-pect tliat
the pool was the means whereby ieadiii"
member-- ot congress were enabled to
quietly share the profits ot tlie jobbery
and opprr-slon which characterized the
matiagi-tnent of all'alrs. In sliort, that
the real csUte pool was the credit mobll-lierofthedt-trlct
ring, the prollts on
lots being plated where they would do
tho inri.r ..iumI. Itnnt-t- li f--r.i... i
------ -.". J . ' VUVKU IS
known to have been connected with the
combination, and his branch of Jay
Oxtke & Co. advanced considerable niou"
ey U) Kilbotirn and Latta lor use in buv-
ni,ii5n-i rsu.c. u is aiso Known,
as telegraphed last Wednesday, that
the fund- remitted bv tlio ri'ivt- it..-
!AV COOKi:. M ot J.LOtll a i ....
ol London, from 1-70 to wj. were
largely deposited with the W&-hiii"tou
branch lor renutuince to London, and it
is .tron"lv snsnf.ptMl II. I- .. ...... r.r
. , .......... . lMwfc v, uiesc
public lunds were tlie -.urns used ty
.-.iiLrui ii uuu aid apj)eann-r to be
borrowed Irom Cooke d. Co. W hen tlie
trustee ol the Jay Cooke estate sued Kil
born at the Instance of the creditors, lor
a large amount appearing to b advanced
to him bv the firm. If uiz nv..........! n..,
the proceedings would turee di-elo'iires
of names, but Kilhourn ollered to settle
in )o,ooo, which was uni'h below tlio
amount due, and this offer, to the sur
prise and indignation of the reilltor.s,
tlw trustee accepted, since then the mat
ter lm r.-nirtlti.irl rnif..r Imf t.
... .... . ui.b mi; ..iiiiinii;
tee lately appointed by tlie hou-e havo
siiojioouueu iviiooiini, i.atutaild Olmsted,
directing them to produce all papers re
lating to tlie subject. They will also
have occasion to ftinnlrr. I. it.. ti.n ...i..
V , V, ...... in..-uui illiru
ot public money by Ilohcnu to enable
.ij iUiihr, .ticivllliocil iV t;o., 10 SCt lip
bu-iness iu London, and to save tliem
from falling In l7.'i.
t'lllllllltell ICeiiii-ttlnl Itesiiurees.
People kometluies suppo-u Hint Dr.
Pier-iN Fuiuily Medleint, represent the
entire extent of his rcjoiirces "lor curing
di-case. This Is an error. Kxpcrlenc
provKd that while the (.(jlilen Medical Dis
covery, Favorite I'rt-iriptloii, I'lea.-ant
Piiratlvo Pellets, Compound Lxtract of
SuiiirUWucd, and Dr. Sage's Catarrh Item
cdy, would, If faithfully used, . ine a large
varicij ol chronic complaints, tiuro would
be In re and there a ca-e which, from ip,
sc-M-nty, or from Its coiiijilii-alloti with other
di-orb rs, would rcNt their action. Thoso
exceptional cases required a tliorou'h t.
amliiation into tlielr syraptoui-, to an ei tain
tliu exact nature and extent ol Hie (Inezes
under which tho patient was laboring, and
the ii-o or hiecille remedies to meet and
overcome the saim-. This led to tho ettab
llsliinoiit of the AVoiM's Dispensary, at Ilul
lalo, N, V., with In foully of Physicians
and Surgeons, intuit or whom Is skilled in the
treatment ol chrom. ditordci-n In gencr.il
ami those beUinln;; to bin own special ik
iartnient in particular. To ono Is sndgned
dl-cascHofthu tliro.ii and lurgs i to anotlier,
diseases of tlm k.-tnuj-H and inogimtii
organs to another, .n,ca-c oi tliu eye and
oar. Thus thu highest degree of pcrreeilim
In modh-hiu and sur.-cry is nttalned. Tho
establUlnnciit of thl, institution enables ti0
Doctor to moet a lona.elt want lu the treat
inunt of the moru soeio chronic ullcctlons
lly a carellil cnn-lil, r:l5(on or Ihosyinplonis
a. given in writing, ! .ncceHtlnlly treats
tlioiisjinls of cases at their homes. Others
isittho dUpeiisary j person, Tho am.
plost resources for the tj-catnient ol Humor
ing amotions are tliit.piaudttlthu tllsmel
of every patlcut, auu tho,o on whom tho
proprietary medicines do not hun tho de
sired elluct can pro. nru a more thorough
and clllclent course by a j,oronitl nppllei
llon to tlm proj rk-tor ol tho World's t)N
la(," a Trcatlcu on ho
1 reicniluuofl'lI.ICS. full.
i"J:i 1' I". NKCbrAKn.
7.KII A in, 40 Walker Unit.
iew Vr.tk. Peril FltKK luull
ii--. m n. . .m niHll-4 VII
rwvU'l vt u Hii'.r iuw.
GOOD H HERS
"'lleulo,,,, fu , of fi...Hiiwa,ill,nmM"Vc,,riSon; aw cent Oll.'tfir ' "Xt""1 '
WARRANTED GEHUIHS CLSAR HAVANA FILLED CIGAR FOR FIVE CEN
Civo tlaom a Trial and bo Con.vin.cod
Sole Agents, Cairo, Ills.
F. M. STOCKFLETH,
Importer and Wholosalo Doalor in
Wines and Liiquors,
62 OHIO LEVEE, - - CAIRO, ILL.
Koops II Alll Btf'Ck of
Monongahela, Rye and Robinson County
FRENCH BRANDIES, HOLLAND GIN
KELLY ISLAND AND CALIFORNIA WINES.
ONLY $4.25 A YEAR.
MT. CARBON(Big Muddy)
Ordors for Coal by tho cnr-load,
Jon, or in hogBUcada, for Hhipmcnt,
sromptlv attonded to.
e"To lnrgo consumers nnd all
manufacturers, wo uro prepared
So supply any quuntity, by tho
month or yoar, at uniform rates. ,
CAIRO CITY COAL COMPANY.
ni!!,'!Ll'!J' "m oibm-, No to Ohio i.t u.-. ,
r-At Kirvi.ll.ii. Mllla I
n?tAl "'" l'"al "ll"'1'' ,0"t "f 'l'ily-l.ii'lit
SJI'imt onin- llnnvtr. :i(l.
.viioi.i:s.i!.i; iiiot i:Hs.
STEATTON & BIRD, I
Commission Merchants !
A.QKNTH AHIiHICAN POWDKK CO I
57 Ohio Liivoo.
G. D WILLIAMSON,
No. 70 OHIO LKVIJE. '
. lOSCommurcialAvoiiue, - - - CAIRO, ILLS,
StU-l'lio.ii litviirlnK ui wllli lliiir iuili'oiiiiL-ii
I'lJt'lAli ntu-iilt.il mviii tucoinlciiimnK en 1 1 !""' ''ii'l'IV iliu'r;wih limn lilt-H tu
lllliiia uplfru rtl'tl.at liiitloni ii'ef, M-llMvly
The Gamble Wagon
JOHN P. GAMBLE.
TUiJ BE8T cheapest waoov man
I MANUFACTORY, OniO LEVEE
i Near Thirth-Pourth Stroot
, HORSE SHOER,
IXTII STREET, Botwcon OHIO
LEVEE AND COMMERCIAL
Matiuliicturoaliia own Iloiwt Shorn ami
can Auauru Uooil Work.
;) ATKONAOK SOLICITED
VHOI,i:aAI.R AND RETAIL,
IN TIIE CITY.
Goods Sold Very CIoso.
OortiHr 10th St. nil Commorclul Av
c. o. patier & co.
I.. I. Ai.t.t, talni. I1.C.:.M(n Cliiaiiin
Xi. D. Akin & Co.,
Harness 1 Saddles,
Whips, Collars. Eto.
CAIIT.O, IliLIWOia i
I Lending Journal of Southern
Wlllt-teailfastlf otijiosc the pollclti ol 111
i'.riiilUi'.ni imrty, ami refuse to b trtn
jielleil i.tbc illvtatlonof toy tlltjuo la tlie
It liciloves thst the ttepuljllem party hut
fiiUIIIvil IU inUslon, and tliat the Demo
cratic I'srtj- as uuw organize J thoulU t-cre-i
toril to power.
It lic'ilvYcn the Kadlcal trrannj that b
for several years oppressed the Sotltli
should he oM-rthrovvn ami the people cl tht
Southern Suites permitted to control then
It believes that railroad corporation
fchoulil ho prohibited by legislative rr.arti
mtnls from extorting and uiijntly d. -criminating
In their business tran.aetlons wltb
It n co,"tilei the ciuallty ol all n.tn
foro the law.
It vlvocate tree comucrre urill lot
It ndrocatci resumption of spec le pay
ment, and honest payment of tho public
It advocate economy in the administra
tion ol public ufliiir
AS A NEWSPAPER
The llullotin will publish all thn local news
ol Cairo, and a variety of Coiumcrcla.', Po
litical, Furelun and (leneral Suva, and en
deavor tu please :l tasti-s and Intcreit alt
T II K
In a thirty-two e oiumn paper, turnishcil lo
subseriliors lor the low price of
$1 25 PER YEAR,
I'otUci' prepaid. It In Iho cheapc.t paper
in tliu West, ami la it pleasing Fireside
VWtor and Family Companion.
Cannot f nit to seo tho la'ivnlcd Induce.
maiitHoiTered by The Ilulletln In tho way
ol vhcap ami iirotlUblo advertlacmcnU.